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JP-300 Suncoast Added to Johnson's Electric Bass Lineup

The Johnson Suncoast Electric Bass features a solid alder body, a one-piece maple neck, a black oval pickguard, one humbucking pickup, and tone and volume controls. The bass is available with sleek sunburst or black finishes. The EMG-designed pickups on the bass provide a big bottom end and are known for their excellent noise-canceling qualities...

Johnson introduces the new Suncoast Electric Bass Guitar (model JP-300) featuring EMG-designed pickups and a warmer, edgier tone.

The Johnson Suncoast Electric Bass features a solid alder body, a one-piece maple neck, a black oval pickguard, one humbucking pickup, and tone and volume controls. The bass is available with sleek sunburst or black finishes. The EMG-designed pickups on the bass provide a big bottom end and are known for their excellent noise-canceling qualities.

The Suncoast bass is available in 4- or 5-string models with active or passive pickups. The four models list from $239.00 to $349.95. The active pickup models will be available in June.

For more information, visit their web site at www.johnsongtr.com

By our press release coordinator Wednesday March 23, 2005